Tag Archives: Roadhouse

Interview: So Flute

So Flute is one of the few nights which is renowned amongst students and locals alike for good times and great tunes, drawn from a plethora of the residents’ knowledge and the occasional guest. Previous guests have included Andrew Ashong, Gilles Peterson and DJ Des Andres. The first party was held at the Roadhouse and continued to held […]

Events worth leaving the house for: April

As the dust from a mammoth Easter weekend settles, we take a look at the best events happening in Manchester this month. Featuring the likes of 1-800 Dinosaur, Ron Morelli, Alexander Nut, Robert Hood and Omar S. The Red Bull Music Academy Tour hits Manchester from 16th – 18th April, you can  find a separate feature on […]

Throwback event: Fever 105 2nd w/ Al Kent

Fever 105 celebrated their big 2nd birthday by inviting Glasgow’s Al Kent to The Roadhouse for a stripped back “family and friends” party. A stalwart of the disco scene since before most of us were born, the Million Dollar Disco boss is well regarded for his vast collection of rare disco cuts, quality edits and […]

Throwback event: So Flute 3rd Birthday w/ Andrew Ashong, Lay-Far, Werkha, Bolts

Since its inception three years ago, so Flute has hosted the likes of Andres, Leatherette and Gilles Peterson. They’ve been welcomed to Manchester with open arms, receiving widespread support from the local clubbing community including the likes of Mr Scruff and Jon K. The nights rightfully attract Manchester’s mover and shakers and at this one we spied Jamie Rennie […]

Throwback: Hairbrain – Optimo

Hairbrain are renowned for throwing sporadic, unmissable parties around Manchester. Top bookings – including Hudson Mohawke back in 2008  – speak volumes for the aptitude of the promoters to put on a bangin night. For their guests at Roadhouse they selected formidable Scottish duo JD Twitch and JG Wilkes, AKA Optimo. Famed for their raucous […]

Nextup: Manchester Freshers guide 15th – 21st (Part One)

Here we are, back again after an interlude that’s felt briefer than the Premier League season’s, the UK braces itself once again for another fresher onslaught. Manchester hosts one the highest concentrations of students in England, and with this copious amounts of (generally awful) club nights aim to direct your money to their questionable causes. Those […]

Nextup: Events worth leaving the house for – 17th-20th April

A truly mixed bag this bank holiday weekend, with house and disco from Crew Love and Space Dimension Controller, legend Kenny Dope hitting up Twenty Twenty Two, classic UKG form DJ EZ, Detroit techno from the master Kyle Hall and Easter Sunday being Max Graef, James Holroyd and Tiger & Woods… Thursday 17th: Mind on […]